Michael T Millar’s Answers

Michael T Millar

Toms River Litigation Lawyer.

Contributor Level 19
  1. Judgment against me after I filed!!!!

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Michael T Millar
    2. Eric Edward Rothstein
    3. Dorothy G Bunce
    4. Susan Kathleen Duke
    5. Ronald Joseph Kim
    5 lawyer answers

    Take the judgement to your bankruptcy attorney. No judgment can be entered after the date of filing of the bankruptcy petition unless they obtained relief from the automatic stay.

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  2. Should I shift real estate out of my name prior to filling out an affidavit about my assets or is accident date the factor?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Peter Scott Van Keuren
    2. Robert Edward Fenster
    3. Michael T Millar
    4. Seth Jason Greenhill
    5. Carol Anne Johnson
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    14 lawyer answers

    Who is asking for your personal financial information? Prior to a lawsuit, a plaintiff has no right to know you personal assets. You should turn the matter over to your insurance company, who will appoint an attorney to represent you. In the alternative, you should retain your own counsel. Transferring title to assets to a family member, for less than fair market value, when you know of a possible lawsuit may be considered a "fraudulent transfer" that could be set aside.

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  3. If I had an injury from an accident. I was very un happy with the settlement amount. Can I reopen it for more damages.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Michael T Millar
    2. Jose Wilfrido Hernandez
    3. Jeffrey Mark Adams
    4. Adebayo Olusegun Adesina
    5. Matthew Louis Solomon
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    7 lawyer answers

    An attorney would have to review your settlement agreement to answer your question. However, it is likely that you accepted a settlement in full settlement of all claims for the injuries. Thus, it is most likely that you cannot "re-open" your personal injury claim.

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  4. Does it take both owners (husband & wife) listed on deed to sign a listing agreement in the state of NY?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Edward Papa
    2. Michael T Millar
    3. Jack Richard Lebowitz
    4. Jayson Lutzky
    5. Celia R Reed
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    8 lawyer answers

    There is no law that requires both spouses to sign a listing agreement. Having said that, it would by unwise for a broker to list a home if he or she knows that one spouse will not consent to the sale. If your friend does not want to sell the house, she should send a letter to the broker that she does not agree to sell the house and will not sign any contract or deed.

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  5. CAN WE BE SUED IF OUR HORSE GOT INTO NEIGHBORS POOL WITH NO FENCE AROUND IT

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Michael T Millar
    2. Jeffrey Ira Schwimmer
    3. Laura Mcfarland-Taylor
    4. Sagi Shaked
    5. David B Pittman
    5 lawyer answers

    Yes, since your horse was trespassing on your neighbor's property where it caused damage, you can be sued. Whether or not you can apportion fault with the homeowner is a different issue.

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  6. CAN AN ATTORNEY SIMPLY ABANDON A CLIENT IN THE MIDDLE OF LITIGATION ?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Neil Pedersen
    2. Ricardo Antonio Perez
    3. Michael T Millar
    4. Frank Wei-Hong Chen
    5. Tiffany Nicole Romine
    5 lawyer answers

    If the attorney took the case on a contingency fee arrangement, that means he or she must front the fees and many hours of his or her time working on the matter. Sometimes, what seems like a good case, turns into a case that clearly won't win or has little value. Further, in some instances, a client may testify to one set of facts when the client previously told the attorney a completely contradictory story. In those situations, the attorney may seek to withdraw rather than spend thousands of...

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  7. Can the sellers lawyer(of real estate) be brought to small claims court with her clients to recoup money held in escrow ?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Michael T Millar
    2. Vincent J. Gallo
    3. Richard J. Chertock
    4. Matthew Scott Kam Tannenbaum
    5. Pamela Koslyn
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    7 lawyer answers

    The attorney is acting as an escrow agent. He or she cannot release the money unless both parties agree to the release. If the sellers refuse to release the money, then the attorney must hold the money until the dispute is resolved - or he or she may deposit the funds into court once a court action is initiated. You should speak to your real estate attorney about what your options are.

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  8. I deeded half my house to my lesbian lover two years ago. She left me and wants half my house. Can I set aside the deed?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Elan Wurtzel
    2. Michael T Millar
    3. Eric Edward Rothstein
    4. Jayson Lutzky
    5. Vincent J. Gallo
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    7 lawyer answers

    I agree with Mr. Wurtzel. A gift once completed cannot be rescinded.

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  9. Can my aunt legally hide a last will from her deceased husband's children? (Will, Probate and Death)

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Eric Edward Rothstein
    2. Michael T Millar
    3. James P. Frederick
    4. Joseph Franklin Pippen Jr.
    5. Marisa Andrea Corvisiero
    5 lawyer answers

    It appears that your aunt is simply delaying the inevitable. She should turn the will over to the heirs.

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  10. Removed from my mothers will (pretty large estate), do I have any rights?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Charles Richard Perry
    2. Paula Brown Sinclair
    3. Michael T Millar
    4. Denise Leydon Harvey
    4 lawyer answers

    If your mother was of sound mind at the time she executed her will - and was not under any duress or coercion - then the Will is enforceable as written.

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